Complete and send your application back to the BCK Kosher office. You may do this online by filling out a Form and sending it by fax or by mail. The application asks for logistical information about your company and your plant, as well as a list of the products you want certified, and their ingredients.
A Rabbi will be assigned to handle your application, and will be available to answer your questions, address your needs and guide you through the certification process.
A qualified Rabbi will visit your plant to observe your operation and the feasibility of certifying your products. (There is a processing fee and a travel expense fee that is billed prior to this inspection.) The Rabbi will tour your plant and file a written report to BCK Kosher headquarters.
Your application and inspection report will be reviewed by the Rabbinical Council who will advise you whether or not BCK Kosher can grant certification. In some instances, some modifications may be required for certification to be granted.
The Rabbi will draft a contract which includes all of requirements of BCK Kosher for kosher certification. If acceptable to you the contract is signed and returned to the BCK Kosher office, and a letter of certification is sent to you.
You may then submit your new product labels carrying the BCK Kosher symbol for our final approval. CONGRATULATIONS! You have now joined a family of companies which proudly carry the well-known accepted kosher trademark of BCK Kosher.